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  • Joe Shultz

    BRADNER - Joe L. Shultz, 60, of Bradner, died this morning (May 27, 2010) at his residence.Arrangements are pending at Barndt Funeral Home, Wayne....
  • Pittsburgh nun foils wallet theft with reprimand

    PITTSBURGH (AP) — A Pittsburgh thief turned out to be no match for a little nun with a commanding voice. Sister Lynn Rettinger didn't even have to break out a ruler for man who reached into an open window and stole a wallet from a car on Tuesday. ...
  • USAF vehicle breaks record for hypersonic flight

    WASHINGTON (AP) — An experimental aircraft has set a record for hypersonic flight, flying more than 3 minutes at Mach 6 — six times the speed of sound. The X-51A Waverider was released from a B-52 Stratofortress off the southern California coast...
  • Ohio infant dies when left in car on hot day

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Police in Ohio say a 9-month old girl died when she was left inside a car on a hot day. Columbus police homicide detectives say a 70-year-old family member was responsible for the baby on Wednesday and forgot she was inside t...
  • Loud muffler helps Washington man retrieve stolen truck

    LONGVIEW, Wash. (AP) — You can hear Alex Hansen's truck coming. Or going, which was the case when thieves drove it away from his Longview, Wash., home. The 27-year-old Hansen says he heard the muffler noise at 5 a.m. Tuesday and ran outside in sho...
  • Image-conscious youth rein in social networking

      CHICAGO (AP) — What's that? A young college grad lecturing her elders about online privacy? It might go against conventional wisdom, but a new report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project is adding fuel to the argument that young p...
  • Child porn 'social networking site' busted by feds

      INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Federal prosecutors say they are working with police in several countries to investigate suspects in a child pornography "social networking site" that at one point had more than 1,000 members trading explicit images. U.S. a...
  • TV's 'People Are Funny' host Art Linkletter dies

      LOS ANGELES (AP) — Art Linkletter, who encouraged both kids and grownups to say the "darndest things" during his decades as a genial but gently mischievious television personality, has died at age 97. The host of "People Are Funny" and "House ...
  • Uncertainty over Medicare pay sets doctors on edge

      WASHINGTON (AP) — For the third time this year, Congress is scrambling to stave off a hefty pay cut to doctors treating Medicare patients — even as the Obama administration mails out a glossy brochure to reassure seniors the health care program...
  • Gulf awaits word on latest bid to plug oil leak

      ROBERT, La. (AP) — BP hopes to know by Thursday afternoon whether its latest attempt to plug a blown-out undersea well with heavy mud may finally slow the oil that's been gushing into the Gulf of Mexico. BP PLC was pumping heavy mud into the l...
  • Bowersox falls short as American Idol

    Fan show their support for Crystal Bowersox Wednesday night in Toledo. (Aaron Carpenter/Sentinel-Tribune) TOLEDO – The Glass City’s hopes for Crystal Bowersox as the next American Idol were shattered Wednesday night.The Elliston nat...
  • N.Y. concrete lab exec gets up to 21 years in prison

    NEW YORK (AP) — A concrete-testing company president convicted of concocting results for iconic projects such as ground zero's centerpiece skyscraper was sentenced Wednesday to up to 21 years in prison in a racketeering case that spurred him to attem...
  • Kansas says $1M tickets sold 'inappropriately'

    LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — An independent investigation into the Kansas athletic department says at least $1 million worth of tickets were sold inappropriately over the past five years. The investigation conducted by a Wichita law firm showed that five...
  • Crystal Bowersox Finale at Huntington Center May 26th

    Crystal Bowersox Finale at Huntington Center May 26th. Photos by Aaron Carpenter/Sentinel-Tribune{gallery}gallery/2010/05/052610/Crystal Bowersox Finale at Huntington Center May 26th{/gallery}...
  • BP starts new effort to plug Gulf well

      COVINGTON, La. (AP) — BP on Wednesday launched its latest bid to plug the gushing well in the Gulf of Mexico by force-feeding it heavy drilling mud and cement. The oil giant's chief executive earlier gave the procedure a 60 to 70 percent chanc...
  • 11 arrested after Maine college party gets rowdy

      LEWISTON, Maine (AP) — An alcohol-fueled party for college seniors to blow off steam turned rowdy early Wednesday, leading to 11 arrests, an officer with a broken a leg and student complaints about police overreaction. The gathering that began...
  • Facebook to simplify privacy controls

    NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook is simplifying its privacy controls. The changes come amid complaints about recently announced features, including "instant personalization" that tailors other websites to users' Facebook profiles. Protesters have been or...
  • EPA, green groups settle farm pollution lawsuit

      DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will gather information about factory farms to determine whether more should be regulated as part of a settlement with environmental groups concerned about water pollution. The E...
  • Falcon baseball wins MAC tourney opener

    Ryan Schlater CHILLICOTHE — Bowling Green’s baseball team made its first game in the Mid-American Conference tournament a successful one.The Falcons collected 10 hits and built an early 5-0 lead Wednesday morning en route to a 6-4 w...
  • Forshee Farm bakery uses organic, natural good-for-the-earth practices

    Wanda Forshee (at left) and her husband, Terry, chat with customer Mary Natvig about her basil plant at the very first Bowling Green Farmer's Market. 5/12/10. (Photo: Aaron Carpenter/Sentinel-Tribune) CUSTAR - Local residents who visit ...

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ReadyCare moving to BGSU site
04/18/2014 | ALEX ASPACHER, Sentinel Staff Writer
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New patients will be matriculating at the Falcon Health Center next month.
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Perrysburg Twp. turns down road request
04/18/2014 | ALEX ASPACHER, Sentinel Staff Writer
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LIME CITY - Perrysburg Township trustees Wednesday rejected a company's request  [ ... ]


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